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Deja Who (Insighter, 1) – MaryJanice Davidson
You couldn’t arrest someone for killing in a past life. You couldn’t bring a civil suit against them, either. They could only be legally penalized for what they did this time around—and what a dark circus the legal system had been before that legislation passed! (It was still a dark circus, but perhaps not as dark.) But you could spot them, and watch them. You could set traps for them.
Leah Nazir is an Insighter. Reincarnation is her business. But while her clients’ pasts are a mess, Leah’s is nothing short of tragedy. She’s been murdered. A lot. If left to that bitch, destiny, it’ll happen again. Leah wants to know who’s been following her through time, and who’s been stalking her in the present…
P.I. Archer Drake has been hired by Leah’s mother to keep an eye on her. But the more time he spends watching, the more he finds himself infatuated. Before long, he even finds himself agreeing to help find the person who wants her dead. Over and over again.
Now going full-on “rewind,” Leah hopes it can stave off the inevitable. After all, she’s grown fond of this life—and even fonder of nerdy Archer. But changing her pattern means finding out who her killer is today. And as Leah fears, that could be anyone she has come to know and trust. Anyone.
Song of the Deep – Brian Hastings
Twelve-year-old Merryn lives with her fisherman father in a little cottage by the sea. Each day, her father braves the tumultuous waves and returns home in time for dinner. One stormy evening, he doesn’t come back. Merryn has a vision that he’s been dragged underwater by a terrifying sea creature, and he needs her help. Determined to rescue him, Merryn builds a tiny submarine and embarks on a journey through the undersea worlds she’s only heard about in her father’s lullabies. As she faces the dangers and wonders of the world below the waves, she realizes that her father’s stories were all real.
Readers can also experience Merryn’s daring journey firsthand in the new Song of the Deep video game from acclaimed developer Insomniac Games.
The Seat of Magic (The GOlden City, 2 )) – J. Kathleen Cheney
Magical beings have been banned from the Golden City for decades, though many live there in secret. Now humans and nonhumans alike are in danger as evil stalks the streets, growing more powerful with every kill….
It’s been two weeks since Oriana Paredes was banished from the Golden City. Police consultant Duilio Ferreira, who himself has a talent he must keep secret, can’t escape the feeling that, though she’s supposedly returned home to her people, Oriana is in danger.
Adding to Duilio’s concerns is a string of recent murders in the city. Three victims have already been found, each without a mark upon her body. When a selkie under his brother’s protection goes missing, Duilio fears the killer is also targeting nonhuman prey.
To protect Oriana and uncover the truth, Duilio will have to risk revealing his own identity, put his trust in some unlikely allies, and consult a rare and malevolent text known as The Seat of Magic….
The Shores of Spain (The Golden CIty, 3) – J. Kathleen Cheney
A brilliant new chapter in the Novels of the Golden City.
Even as the branches of peace are being offered, there are some who still believe those who are not human should be used as chattel. And they are willing to go to great lengths to retain their power.
Newlywed siren Oriana Paredes has been appointed Ambassador to her home islands now that communication between Northern Portugual and the magical races has been restored. But convincing her people that the new Portuguese Prince’s intentions are honorable after years of persecution is difficult. And her husband, Duilio, faces his own obstacles among the sirens where males are a rare and valuable commodity with few rights.
In addition to their diplomatic mission, the two hope to uncover the truth behind Oriana’s mother’s death. Evidence suggests that Spain—a country that has been known to enslave magical beings—may have infiltrated the siren authority. Unable to leave their post, Oriana and Duilio must call on Inspector Joaquim Tavares to root out the truth.
But even his seer’s gift cannot prepare him for what he will discover.
Enjoy your books, Melliane!
Que de jolies couvertures. 🙂 Bonne fin de week-end et belles lectures à toi !
Je ne connais pas mais les couvertures sont très belles !
Bonnes découvertes et beau dimanche !
Those sound like great books.
I got MJds new book too, I hope it’s hilariously good!
I picked up DeJa Who too it looks good. I am curious about the Seat of Magic. Enjoy all of your new lovelies.
Nice books 🙂
I’m very curious about Song of the Deep – I got a copy, and it looks like a short little read so I’ll probably give it a read this summer!
Ooh fun covers! Hope you enjoy.
Sooo pretty covers! Didn’t know about Deja Who!
Oh, my goodness! Where do you find these pretties? And … a first book in a new series – what a rarity! 🙂 And it sounds really amazing too. I haven’t read the first Golden City book, but the sequels sound and look mighty inviting! I hope you’ll enjoy your new reads – and the summer 🙂 Hugs
Nice covers for the books! Hope you enjoy them!
Je te souhaite de belles découvertes.
Deja Who looks good to me! I hadn’t heard of it or really any of the others. I hope they are good reads for you!
The Cheney ones look so good!
Je n’en connais aucun mais bonnes futures lectures !